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Re: [vox-tech] which offer is better?
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Re: [vox-tech] which offer is better?

Not obvious to me.  Depends on the telecommunications platform, I'd suppose.
If it's something used around the world like a 5ESS, 4ESS, or DMS-100, then
I really don't know.  It's a specialized thing, and there can't be too many
4ESS programmers around (on the other hand, these things have been around
since the 80s, so maybe I'm wrong about that).  I'd think those guys are
paid well.

I know which one sounds more fun (and it ain't telecommunications
programming)...   ;-)


On Fri 13 Nov 09, 12:07 AM, Hai Yi <yihai2004@gmail.com> said:
> Hello, one of my friends got two offers recently, one is related to
> Linux device programming, they go like this:
> Offer 1: telecommunications software developer
> Responsibilities:  develop a system for monitoring all the functions
> of the operations of the telephone service platform
> Offer 2:linux driver developer
> Which offer will provide a better career?
> I think Linux offer might have a bigger job market, isn't it?
> Thanks for the advice!
> Hai
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